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The images do not really show the depth, but there are some nice 10m below the photoshot and the camera-flash makes it look brighter. I am quite sure that no man stepped in some of the pics shown here.
The borehole-like shaft is interesting, it seems to be dug by hand and holds the mystery of why inside a 'cave' ? why so far from a human path and why in an unaccessible place?
- 40cm wide, just slim enough
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- Light of hope
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- Which way to go?
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- Don't know what this shaft was doing below scree and rock. Estimated to be 15m deep, and it was not lighted with the flash - instead it looked like the black hole. Scary
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- Deep down through a shaft
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- At least rewarded - <i>Phyllitis sagittatum</i> (stated as extinct in the National Red Data Book)
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